‘Loving Vincent: The Impossible Dream’ now playing in select theaters with double billings of the documentary and Academy Award & BAFTA-nominated independent animated feature.
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‘Loving Vincent: The Impossible Dream’ opens in U.S. theaters March 2019 with double billings of the documentary and Academy Award and BAFTA-nominated independent animated feature.
Awards recognizing animation developments in Europe go to ‘Loving Vincent,’ Latido Films and the producers of ‘Another Day of Life.’
Great animated shorts and feature films produced in Europe may garner nominations from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, but nary a win.
Center assisted painters by providing detailed reference, visual effects, compositing and editing for Oscars-nominated feature.
Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman’s Oscar-nominated feature -- all 65,000 oil painted frames -- demonstrates the masochistic insanity that defines what is most precious, endearing and vital about animation.
Studio entries ‘Boss Baby,’ ‘Coco’ and ‘Ferdinand’ face off against indies ‘The Breadwinner’ and ‘Loving Vincent’ for the Best Animated Feature Oscar.
British Academy also picks five VFX nominees and nominates three homegrown candidates for the British Short Animation category.
The Oscar-winning director details the exhausting and exacting oil painting on canvass stop-motion technique he used for his latest animated feature about Vincent van Gogh.
Director Dorota Kobiela details the production process for creating 65,000 oil paintings comprising the film’s 853 shots alongside co-writer, co-director and producer Hugh Welchman for their first animated feature about the life of celebrated Dutch post-Impressionist Vincent Van Gogh.
Dozens of films in a dozen categories will unspool during the festival, set for Oct. 17-22 in the Netherlands.
From martial arts action-comedy ‘The LEGO Ninjago Movie’ to Pixar’s Día de los Muertos-themed ‘Coco’ and Blue Sky’s ‘Ferdinand,’ some of the year’s most highly anticipated animated features are heading into theaters this fall.
Exclusive making-of presentations of three animated features and one Virtual Reality film will be held for ‘Loving Vincent,’ ‘Have a Nice Day,’ ‘Zombillenium’ and ‘Nothing Happens.’
Regional roll-out for the first feature-length animated film made solely through hand-painted canvases planned throughout October & November.
Full program for the 2017 edition of the Annecy International Animated Film Festival, running June 12-17, now available online.